Tuesday, June 7, 2011

WB college teachers may get revised salary soon, IIT for Darjeeling on the way.

Bengal higher education minister Bratya Basu today said he had submitted a proposal to Kapil Sibal to set up an IIT or an IIM in Darjeeling “for the people of the hills”. He has also urged the Centre to expedite the process of setting up 18 model colleges across the state.
Basu, who is in Delhi to attend a conference of higher education ministers and secretaries from across the country, told Star Ananda: “We had proposed to the Centre to set up either an IIT or an IIM in Darjeeling for the people of the hills… It was a very positive discussion and the HRD minister has agreed to consider our proposals.”
Sources close to Basu said he had also urged Sibal, the HRD minister, to release the Centre’s share of arrears to pay the college teachers their revised salaries under the Sixth Pay Commission.

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